Ying and her four-year-old son Shun have benefited from a Light Be project on Lamma Island. Photo: Jonathan Wong Ying and her four-year-old son Shun have benefited from a Light Be project on Lamma Island. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Ying and her four-year-old son Shun have benefited from a Light Be project on Lamma Island. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Letters | Temporary housing is a painkiller for low-income Hong Kong families

  • In addition to benefiting from lower rent and a better living environment, tenants are assigned a mobility manager to help them create a savings plan and explore ways to earn a living

Topic |   Hong Kong property
Ying and her four-year-old son Shun have benefited from a Light Be project on Lamma Island. Photo: Jonathan Wong Ying and her four-year-old son Shun have benefited from a Light Be project on Lamma Island. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Ying and her four-year-old son Shun have benefited from a Light Be project on Lamma Island. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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